Public blockchains represent a paradigm shift in digital transactions, offering a transparent and decentralized ledger accessible to anyone. However, this very transparency can present privacy challenges. One notable concern is…
ERC-2771 is a protocol designed for authenticating users in transactions relayed through a third party. It plays a pivotal role in reducing transaction costs and streamlining operations on the blockchain. However, this convenience comes with a hidden risk.
EIP-6963 is going to be a game changer in the user’s experience of interacting with DApps and it will allow new players to come into the wallet space and have a fair chance of competing with other wallets.
Data has become the vigor of the digital age, powering industries, economies, and societies worldwide. Whether personal information, financial records, intellectual property, or trade secrets, data is the driving force behind decision-making, innovation, and business operations. However, data security has emerged as a paramount concern with the increasing digitization of our lives and businesses.
This blog explores the fascinating world of fuzz testing methodologies and frameworks. We delve into stateless and stateful fuzzing. Bounded Model Checking (BMC) is introduced as a technique to verify systems against predefined specifications. Additionally, we discuss the essence of End-to-End (E2E) testing, combining structured scenarios with fuzz testing's unpredictability. Lastly, we compare renowned fuzzing tools, Echidna and Foundry, highlighting their unique features and differences.
Fuzz testing, or fuzzing, is a technique used to improve the security of software, including smart contracts in Solidity. It involves supplying random or unexpected data as inputs to a system in an attempt to break it and uncover vulnerabilities that manual testing might miss. Fuzzers generate a set of inputs for testing scenarios that may have been missed during unit testing, helping to identify bugs and potential security issues.
War Room is an immersive, high-energy environment incorporating a dedicated team of experts that comes together to form the backbone of the War Room. Read more in this part
Fixing a bug in traditional software development is often likened to solving a difficult puzzle, each presenting its own challenges. This task has always been complex and time-consuming. However, resolving bugs in a blockchain system is even more demanding due to its transparent & permissionless nature and the high stakes involved with users' funds.
Infiltrating the EVM-I: Demystifying Smart Contracts & Auditing comprises of information about compilation breakdown of solidity code, the vulnerable components of blockchain ecosystem and how Smart contract auditing is crucial.
VPN uses a private network that helps users mask their surfing history on the internet, hackers even advertisers can’t steal the data and use it for their means.